After "No Tears Left To Cry," it looks like "Dangerous Woman" singer Ariana Grande is gearing up for the release of a new song.

Ariana Grande's Next Single

In a series of tweets, the 24-year-old got her fans fired up and excited when she seemingly revealed new details about her next single.

The tweet was posted on Sunday, April 29. From the three simple letters, fans tried to decode what the singer was trying to communicate.

One fan pointed out an Easter Egg from the previous music video for "No Tears Left To Cry," which she released earlier this month.

Grande seems to confirm the rumor by posting equally cryptic lines. These might be lyrics to her next song.

While "No Tears Left To Cry" is a feel-good song that recounted her struggle and eventual recovery from last year's Manchester terror attack, the next track will be a love song. "R.E.M." here refers to a kind of sleep characterized by dreaming and bodily movements.

The former Disney star did not reveal further details, but she has been working on her next album in the past few months. After a long social media absence, Grande returned with a new music to promote.

The chart-topper has not announced an exact release date for her next song, but she confirmed to a fan that it is coming really soon.

Grande made a surprise appearance in the second week of the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival earlier this month. She dropped by the set of Kygo to perform "No Tears Left To Cry." She also performed "Sexual Healing," originally sang by Marvin Gaye and remixed by Kygo.

The young singer's return to making music gets a warm welcome from her loyal and devoted fanbase. Her first solo song in a while already created a personal best for Grande.

Billboard reveals that "No Tears Left To Cry" is the pop superstar's strongest debut on YouTube to date. The futuristic music video was viewed 15 million after 24 hours and 51.7 million times within its first week of release.

The track is also headed for a debut at the Top 10 of Billboard's Hot 100 this week. Will it be able to unseat Drake's "Nice For What" at the top spot for three weeks now?